Drawings from the Outer Realm
& Peculiar Video Game Music Reviews
Add N To (X)
Prodding crevices with your fingers, feeling around inside for a tangle of live wires emitting an oscillating voltage. Spilling your tongue over a malfunctioning circuit board, dabbing the battery fuel with your sensory organ. Twisting neutron particles and uranium elements within one another, not knowing the outcome. Pursue this and you may get close to the electronic madness and disorder that is Add N To (X)
Using analogue synthesizers the trio of Barry 7, Ann Shenton and Steve Claydon dished up obscure and strangely strange sets of electronic insanity. Their record covers and sleeve art often featured an array of electronic equipment or implements fused with sexually provocative imagery in the shape of the female form - largely inspired by the 1977 science-fiction novel and movie Demon Seed.
And once their electronic seed is inside you, you’ll be overtaken by the unforgiving pulsations and signals of an analogue massacre.